Invicta FC 6 All Angles: Cris Cyborg Behind the Scenes Video


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Cris Cyborg All AnglesGo behind the scenes with Cris “Cyborg” Justino and Marloes Coenen leading up to their Invicta FC 6 main event showdown, and see the emotional response from both fighters following the fight.

Cyborg became the first Invicta FC featherweight champion with her dominant performance over Coenen on July 13 in Kansas City.

Watch the Cris CyborgAll Angles video below…

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